Changing weather reaches Pittsburgh area

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A strong cold front finally has made its way into Western Pennsylvania, dropping temperatures rapidly across the region.

There is a chance Pittsburgh could eclipse the all-time record low for Wednesday of 21 degrees, set in 1875. All of this on the heels of Sunday's high of 82 degrees, two degrees shy of the all-time record for the date.

Here are weather readings so far today at Pittsburgh International Airport as reported by the National Weather Service:

Time         Temperature      Wind; conditions

Noon         36 degrees            NW 18 mph; light snow fog/mist

11 a.m.     34 degrees            NW 12 mph; light snow fog/mist

10 a.m.     34 degrees            NW 12 mph; light snow fog/mist

9 a.m.       35 degrees            NW 20 mph, gusts to 25; light rain fog/mist

8 a.m.       37 degrees            N 16 mph; light rain fog/mist

7 a.m.       40 degrees            NW 22 mph; light rain fog/mist and breezy

6 a.m.       43 degrees            NW 25 mph; light rain fog/mist and breezy

5 a.m.       52 degrees            NW 21 mph, gusts to 33; light rain fog/mist and breezy

4 a.m.       63 degrees            S 6 mph; overcast

3 a.m.       64 degrees            S 8 mph; overcast

2 a.m.       63 degrees            S 7 mph; overcast

1 a.m.       62 degrees            S 7 mph; mostly cloudy

Midnight    61 degrees            S 6 mph; a few clouds


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